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any info on what the new limit might be for joint filers?

The legislation doubles everything for joint filers in comparison to single filers. When I went back to double check this, I found an error in what I posted originally. The Senate version of HR 1102 does change things for married, filing separately filers. They will be treated the same as all other "one-person" filing statuses.


The phaseout range is $190,000 to $220,000 AGI for joint filers; $95,000 to $110,000 for all others.


AGI limit of $200,000 for joint filers, $100,000 for all others.

Phil Marti
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